Joanie Wexler

Writer

Joanie Wexler is an independent writer and editor who has spent 20+ years writing about computer networking technologies, their business potential, and implementation considerations. She serves clients at technology companies and industry publications writing educational materials on all aspects of IT.

How Mastercard’s NuData uses the power of the cloud and machine learning to improve fraud detection

A unified approach to data governance

A unified approach to data governance

As more data migrates to the cloud, driven by the cloud’s near-infinite scale and horsepower, it’s imperative that enterprise data governance models evolve in step. IT and business leaders need up-to-date policies to protect data...

Making BI accessible to everyone

Making BI accessible to everyone

While business intelligence (BI) was once reserved for the likes of highly skilled data scientists and IT professionals, advances in cloud and machine learning technologies are putting powerful BI capabilities into the hands of...

Why a modern data infrastructure is vital for cost-effective digital transformation

Why a modern data infrastructure is vital for cost-effective digital transformation

If your aging on-premises data systems are unable to meet current demands for business agility and are time-consuming and expensive to manage, why continue to invest in them? Organizations looking to become more data-driven should...

Cultivating a data-driven corporate culture

Cultivating a data-driven corporate culture

Limitless cloud resources, cloud-based analytics, and machine learning are revolutionizing decision-making and automation in enterprises. Taking advantage of these capabilities, however, can be a struggle for companies steeped in...

Disrupting the status quo with machine learning

Disrupting the status quo with machine learning

Big waves of business process reengineering have historically been few and far between. One reason has been the length of time it takes humans to analyze trends, conceive new ways of operating, and then integrate the process...

The future of databases and application development

The future of databases and application development

Microservices have emerged as the favored development approach for cloud computing platforms. Importantly, microservices architectures have finally reached the database, unlocking new opportunities for innovation and business...

5 steps to building a modern data foundation

5 steps to building a modern data foundation

Using data as a springboard for innovation requires the ability to see, analyze, and act on data across the enterprise. Here’s how you can get there.

How data-literate is your organization?

How data-literate is your organization?

Evaluating your organization’s level of data literacy is the first step toward creating a fully data-driven corporate culture that empowers everyone to perform better.

Mobility in the Supply Chain: Improving Operations

Mobility in the Supply Chain: Improving Operations

Mobility requirements are mounting as supply chains grow in complexity and COVID-19 exposes the repercussions of inflexible operations. In a spring 2020 IDG survey, mobile solutions ranked third after risk management and...

Managing Risk in the Supply Chain with AI

Managing Risk in the Supply Chain with AI

Given the global upheaval that COVID-19 has triggered, managing supply chain risk is top of mind for everyone. Improving forecast accuracy to lower risk is the sweet spot for machine learning (ML) applications in supply chains. ML...

Supply Chain Modernization: Overcoming Visibility Obstacles

Supply Chain Modernization: Overcoming Visibility Obstacles

Supply chain integration challenges are keeping some enterprises from accurately forecasting demand and predicting and mitigating risk, according to a recent IDG survey of IT and supply chain professionals. Respondents indicated...

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